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Royal College of Speech and Language Therapist – Swallowing Awareness Day


Are you intereted in raising awareness of how eating, drinking and swallowing difficulties (dysphagia) can affect people’s lives? Then, please join the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (RCSLT) on the 14 March 2018 for its Swallowing Awareness Day campaign.

The RCSLT has built a campaign toolkit to help you get involved, including posters, factsheets, and puzzles to enable you to get your message across. To access it, please visit:

Downloads available to help your promote Nutrition and  Hydration Week

We hope you will dare to dream with us for Nutrition and Hydration Week 2018









Our friends at Bel have shared some amazing recipes for Nutrition and Hydration Week 2018 – hope you enjoy




12 March – Big Breakfast




13 March – Tasty Supper




14 March – Global Tea Party




15 March – Thirsty Thursday





16 March – Fishy Friday




17 March – Smoothie Saturday




18 March – Simply Sunday





Take a look at the recipes that have been shared with us.

Hydration Resource

Colleagues from the Public Health team at Leeds City Council have shared a brilliant video, Good Hydration’ with us.

The innovative video was produced by the Feeling Good Theatre Company as a way of promoting the hydration message.

We thought you might like a handy little leaflet for “Thirsty Thursday” – download it here

Tetley Hydration Help Sheet has been designed with care professionals and caterers in mind, offering insight and advice to help keep residents hydrated within the care environment.

This is also available for download via the Tetley Tea Academy website

Our friends at Tetley have developed a great go to guide to help care homes champion hydration download your copy here


Nutrition and Hydration Week resources people have shared with us

Below you will find a selection of resources that people have shared with us – hope you find them helpful.

Colleagues from Wessex and Kent, Surrey and Sussex Academic Health Science Networks have shared a great resource to help care home staff provide excellent nutrition and hydration to their residents. The resource provides a range of activities for residents, staff and visitors to enjoy which support relevant health messages and enhance residents well-being. Download your copy of the Nourish Resource Pack

Mouth Care Matters

Poor oral hygiene can really impact on people eating and drinking so we thought we would share the great resources from colleagues at Mouth Care Matters.